Incarcerated Survivors Orientation Training Overview

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Course objectives

Working with Incarcerated Survivors Orientation for PREA Advocates

This 7 hour online course is an introductory opportunity for advocates who will be working with clients in federal and state prisons, jails, police lock-ups, private facilities, and immigration detention centers. This course will give advocates a basic understanding of what Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) entails and other helpful information to get started working with survivors with these specific considerations.

Course objectives include:

  • What is the Prison Rape Elimination Act?
  • Advocacy with Incarcerated Survivors of Sexual Violence
  • Prison Culture
  • Compromise & Manipulation
  • Advocacy at the Forensic Exam with Incarcerated Individuals
  • PREA Investigations
  • Introduction to Safety in Facilities 
  • In Person Services
  • Facility Orientation

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Scheduling

Advocate Core is held 3 times a year

  • March, Western Washington
  • August, Eastern Washington
  • October / November, Central Washington

Therapist Core is held twice a year

  • January / February, Western Washington
  • July, Eastern Washington

Annual Conference

  • End of April, Early May, Location Varies

For notifications of the next training